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If you own a late model
, you might want to take a minute to check your trunk for some unwanted and illegal
packages. A few months back, the
at more than a dozen
across Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick loaded with $4.5 million CAD or nearly $3.4 million USD worth of methamphetamine. The drugs were hidden inside the non-spec spare tires of said
The meth was discovered after a dealership employee tasked with inspecting cars found the spare tires didn’t match with what the Fusions were supposed to have. After noticing the extra weight, the employees found the meth and contacted Ontario police. The Fusions had come in by train from
Hermosillo Stamping and Assembly in Mexico. After looking at the logs, police checked other Fusions that had arrived by train around the same time. More cars at various
were found to contain meth, too. In total, 180 kilos or nearly 400 pounds of meth was discovered, courtesy of a Mexican drug cartel active in the area around the plant.
, that’s because it is. A few years back, police in the Midwest discovered Ford Fusions
in their spare tires and spare tire wells. Those cars, too, came in by train from Mexico. Some of those cars even made their way into customer hands.
from Autoblog http://bit.ly/2Ipy5XQ